In cooperation with the Goethe-Institute in London we developed three fully immersive virtual reality courses for the school subjects Physics, Biology and Chemistry. The content for the courses was chosen based on requirements for VR-applicability. The chemistry course contains a fully interactive periodic system of elements and visually appealing experiments. The physics course contains experiments and visualization of major physical phenomenons and biology is based around the topic of photosynthesis and plant cells. Through the integration of those courses into regular day schooling, the Goethe-Institute and its partner schools are trying to promote the German language for pupils in KS3 level (year 7,8 and 9) and to influence their choice of specialization for the A-levels. STEM-courses have been undervalued in UK-education and pupils have been losing interest, which reflects in their course choice. This trend is to be defeated.